Red Creek Volunteer Fire and Rescue (RCVF&R) was founded on the principle of "neighbors helping neighbors."
RCVF&R operates on a volunteer basis without State, County or local tax funding. All of our funds come from donations, grants and fundraisers. We have no paid personnel, so 100% of our funds go to operational expenses and equipment.
RCVF&R has only 4 truck bays and no inside water, toilet or plumbing at our department.
We respond to hazard, medical, vehicular accidents, fires and emergency sevices on the highway, rural roads and properties in our area and on mutual aid calls from our surrounding areas.
We remain a volunteer fire department to maintain the flexibility needed to meet the unique requirements of the community that we serve. We protect a 108 square mile area, more than 300 properties, homes and businesses and an estimated population of over 600.
Gravel Locos has generously donated $10,000 from their inaugural event in Pueblo, and has committed to help us add a bay to keep our trucks ready for response year-round and to provide plumbing for an indoor toilet and shower.
RCVF&R and the community we serve, thank you for your interest in supporting our service.
Red Creek Volunteer Fire and Rescue
Donations are typically 100% tax deductible in the US.